We love the vintage-inspired country romance of Christopher Adriaan and Kylie Woolnough's Kingaroy wedding. Kylie looked gorgeous in an elegant strapless gown from Rendezvous Designs with blooms from Erin at Vera and Rose (who also took care of the lush styling). The floral theme continued through to the sweet bridesmaids gowns and the many, many beautiful vases of flowers in the silk-lined marquee. Three black Buicks ferried the bridal party to the local church then back to Taabinga Homestead (circa 1846) for fun and games. Sign us up for reception sack races!
Early morning breakfast on the veranda (notice the gum boots?)
Polka dot straws!
Sharing a special (and fun!) moment under Kylie's veil ...
Love. These. Heels.
The beautiful bride and her four bridesmaids, all with matching polka dot lace gloves.
The guests gather outside St Michael and All Angel’s Anglican Church, Kingaroy
Someone say popcorn? Yes please! Here is just a sample of some of the popcorn flavours Chris and Kylie had on offer:
white chocolate marshmallow and macadamia
strawberries and cream
hot and spicy
big cheese ... YUM!
Reception venue : The heritage listed Taabinga Homestead
A huge thank you to Darren from CkMetroPhotos for capturing such beautiful images and sharing Chris and Kylie's day with us + thank you to Christopher and Kylie for submitting their real life wedding online! View their submission online > read about the couple's proposal story, more details on the hired vendors and where they chose for their honeymoon destination here.